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WALDEN

by | Read by Adams Morgan

Classics • 14 hrs. • Unabridged • © 1854

Thoreau is renowned as an American freethinker: a man whose formidable intellect was accompanied by a determination to live according to his convictions. As is often the case with such individuals, he was self-absorbed and superior. It is this side of Thoreau that is conveyed by Adams Morgan's reading. As a result, this audiobook reminds listeners that the author's flaws were as much part of him as his more esteemed attributes. Morgan has a habit of lowering his voice and slowing his delivery at the end of a phrase, which makes it difficult to find a "just right" volume level when listening in a car. T.J.W. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC 02/ JAN 03]

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Airbox pak • Commuters Library • 2002

CD ISBN 1584721669 $115.00 • Twelve CDs

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